Friday, October 20, 2006

Things I've Learned on the Internet Lately

Bras are dangerous. So is brushing your teeth. And Pop Tarts. The internet: opening an entire library of fresh motherlore. Remember when they had to make do with the same old boring "or your face will freeze like that" stuff?

Video games make lawyers into aggressive bullies. Full text of the letter here.

Scrabble isn't just a game. It's a way of life.

Where to get your french fries with a side of PC.

Where to find the International Travel Department of Tits. Apparently, it's in Tibet.

You remember back in school, stumbling into the 8 am class on Friday with an extra-large caffienated beverage and wondering who the hell thought education was a good thing, only to be confronted with that extra chipper prof who thought everyone should be bright-eyed and cheery? It could have been worse. I imagine a few of his students walk right back out the door and straight into detox.

Neil Gaiman charges Terry Gilliam a groat for book option. Apparently just for the hell of it. Cool. Side note: The book they're discussing, Good Omens? One of my faves. Seriously. Particularly if you like Monte Python or Douglas Adamsesque humor.

A Halloween twist on that whole candles-and-bubbles romance thing: Glow-in-the-Dark bubble bath. Now where was this stuff back when people were putting suds in the Ped Mall fountain?

Apparently strippers are responsible for any further global warming. Just so you know.

Need a fake id? Toonces gotcha covered.

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